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IRISH PARLEY RESUMED.

IRISH PARLEY RESUMED.

Association, was report submitted by the Special Committee which sat yesterday afternoon with regard to tne observance of the truce in Ireland. Slim rein March. After the arrival of the Sinn Fein representatives the police intimated to the crowd that .they' would
13 October 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
MTOUPIb Seifa" Flour

MTOUPIb Seifa" Flour

be discussed today is the report by the special committee which sat yesterday with regard to the observance cf t,tte truce in Ireland, and it is possible the Sinn Fein representatives may raise the matter of the release of the Irish internees. Mr. Chamberlain
13 October 1921 - Northampton Chronicle and Echo - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
AN ELECTION PREDICTED.

AN ELECTION PREDICTED.

Minister claimed silence because he was endeavouring to make .peace in Ireland. He did not see why because there was a truce*in Ireland there should be complete obliviom The claim for silence showed the lengths to which personal government had gone. The
18 July 1921 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AUXILIARIES ON LEAVE.

AUXILIARIES ON LEAVE.

In observance of the truce in Ireland, large bodies of Auxiliaries have been granted leave for an indefinite period. The first batch to leave Ireland arrived at Holyhead by mail-boat last night. Amongst the passengers to arrive from
13 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
IRELAND RELIEVED.

IRELAND RELIEVED.

confidence? The words are very pregnant with meaning, and appear to embody a strong suggestion of the Republican demand. The truce in Ireland is not only very welcome because of the stopping of bloodshed, which is a prime consideration, but because of the freedom
12 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
FOR WORLD PEACI

FOR WORLD PEACI

discussions relating to Far Eastern problems." LORD CRAVEN DROWNED. TER BARIUM= INDEPINIMINT, SATURDAY. JULY 16, 1921. A TRUCE IN IRELAND. OUTCOME OF CONFERENCE.
16 July 1921 - Barnsley Independent - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
A. S. H. M'KELLAR

A. S. H. M'KELLAR

immediate possession of land and a system of local banking. Dutlin Corporation vetoed discussion of two motions for a truce in Ireland. The second club test match was won by Australia by an innings and 91 runs. In order to expedite the naval programme
05 January 1921 - Port-Glasgow Express - Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
(COME TAX A SPECIALTY. T. T. YIIILLE, it NORTH ST ANDREW STRIA% EDINBURGH 10 to 1. Appeals, Aoconnte, Returns, and

(COME TAX A SPECIALTY. T. T. YIIILLE, it NORTH ST ANDREW STRIA% EDINBURGH 10 to 1. Appeals, Aoconnte, Returns, and

MEAD OM R). SSELBURGH-43 BBIDGL STROM LONDON, E.C.4. 150 FLEE T GLASGOW-30 Sram. flbusseiburct Iflews. July 1971. THE TRUCE IN IRELAND. TEE count , y watches with anxiety and hope the conferee es being held with regard to Ireland this week, and a settlement
15 July 1921 - Musselburgh News - Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland
 
ESCAPE OF SINN FEIN PRISONERS.

ESCAPE OF SINN FEIN PRISONERS.

yesterday raided the Ranelagh Branch of the Royal Bank of Ireland in Dublin and made off with £800. ASQUITH'S PLEA FOR TRUCE IN IRELAND. " AN AUTHENTIC NATIONAL MOVEMENT." Mr Asquith was one of the principal speakers at meeting held under the auspices of
12 May 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TOWARDS A TRUCE.

TOWARDS A TRUCE.

Mansion 'House pourparlers between De Valera and the Southern Unionists are resumed on Friday. The question of a truce throughout Ireland, it is believed, is at the moment receiving urgent attention, and it would not he too much to say that to-day's meeting
06 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England